About the Global Systemic Racism Working Group
Global Systemic Racism Working Group Projects
The Global Systemic Racism Conference tapped into the global nature of newly emerging movements and critiques of the structures that fueled them. The event brought together prominent scholars who are working in their fields on varied issues concerning, for example, disparities in healthcare, housing, education, employment, wealth, income, political power, mass incarceration, and policing. These scholars and activists are intervening in ways that reveal that the problems are interconnected and that the structuring of the systems relies upon and reproduces racial inequality. The conference explored theories, strategies, movements, campaigns, and events as well as patterns and practices of racial oppression, similarities, and divergences.
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